"I love my wife, and I like my T's, but aren't most of us 'just a bunch of little nuts'??"
I've always tried to maintain a healthy level of insanity. You know, just a moderate amount of drain bamage.
We all go CRAZY, in our own particular way
Some of the nicest people I know are crazy!
It's taken years to convince myself I'm not crazy. I'm talking several hours of self-psychoanalysis. I'd like to announce, I've had a breakthrough! I've declared myself completely sane. But, the rest of you clowns are nuttier than a fruitcake. I'm talking real Lala Land! Like three fries short of a happy meal. Like the lights are on but... Oh look a puppy!
I am only slightly crazy. They even let me out of my room once in awhile.
Actually, since "crazy" is a valuation deviation from "normal", and most people are total self-centered morons or idiots, I don't want to be anything like them. Therefore I am absolutely crazy, and proud of it.
There is something about antique automobile people, and model T people in particular, that they are more universally aware of their place in the universe and history than are most people. I think that there is something almost magical about model Ts that help their caretakers to connect with the universe. Model T people also tend to be more universally aware and open to understanding.
If all that makes us crazy? I am all for it!
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
...you mean I'm not the only one who isn't?
I've always been crazy
It keeps me from going insane!
Don't worry, you guys are always welcome to come visit me at work. I'm always ready with a therapeutic dose of coping skills education, wrapped in old car talk.
Eric Hylen, RN
Adult Mental Health Unit.
Um quoting Waylon there aint ye Michael?
That particular song is on the 8 track tape in my player right now.
Ya caught me! Eric, do you have coffee and soft serve ice cream?
I resemble that remark !!!
The difference between "crazy" and "eccentric" is about $500,000.
Rats, guess I'm just crazy. . . .
Dang I feel left out no one busted ME for quoting Jack Reno (1969)
Well, we all go crazy in our own particular way. So, don't be too concerned we didn't call you out for it.
GR -- I hadn't heard that before. Thanks for the link. I enjoyed listening to the song.
(It must be the rest of the world, 'cuz I checked, and it isn't me!!!) Of course, everything is subject to a second opinion....
Don't worry if your grades were low and your A's were few.
Remember that the Mighty Oak was once a nut like you!
This was looking to the northeast in our back yard at 2PM this afternoon. How 'green' by you, or should we peek at the Guvnur's lawn??
I don't want to become an Oak.
They drop big acorns on the vehicles in our driveway and put dents in the cheap ones!
Sometime you feel like a nut and sometimes you don't!